Here is a story by Steve Goodier that I would like to share with you today.
Does this sound familiar?
James was cleaning out the attic one day when he came across a ticket
from a shoe repair shop. The date stamped on the ticket showed it was
over eleven years old. He felt sure the shoes would not still be
there, but decided to stop by anyway and check.
He handed the ticket to the man behind the counter, who didn't seem to
be surprised at the date. "Just a minute," said the clerk. " I'll have
to look for these." He disappeared into a back room.
After a few minutes, the clerk called out, "Here they are!"
"That's terrific!" said James, hardly believing his good fortune.
The man came back to the counter, empty-handed. "They'll be ready
Thursday," he said.
We should all be masters of patience; after all, we've had plenty of
practice. But waiting for shoes is one thing, waiting to heal from a
hurt or waiting for a persistent problem to change can be far more
James Melvin Washington shared some wisdom about the importance of
patience in those tough times of life. He said, "My grandmother used
to tell me that every loss is temporary, that every rainy day is
temporary, that every hardship is temporary. She used to tell me,
'Son, every goodbye ain't gone. Just hold on - there's joy coming in
Are you holding on? It may seem dark now, but morning is coming.
Wish you all a joy filled life!
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